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Various - Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture download mp3 album
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Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture
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1984
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US
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Rhinestone - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Album). Of course the lazily-concocted events that script these unlikely bedfellows into various forms of duet are implausable and idiotic but where we expect color-by-numbers Soundtrack Songwriting intended to ressurect the Radio Rotation of "9 to 5", we get passable songs from the buxom pen of Parton whose ability is more than adequate for the "Job".

A soundtrack album is any album that incorporates music directly recorded from the soundtrack of a particular feature film or television show. The first such album to be commercially released was Walt Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, the soundtrack to the film of the same name, in 1938. The first soundtrack album of a film's orchestral score. A soundtrack typically contains instrumentation or alternatively a film score. Flashdance: Original Soundtrack from the Motion Picture.

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Rhinestone - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Album).

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Rhinestone (Original Soundtrack from the Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture) is the soundtrack album from the 1984 film of the same name starring Dolly Parton and Sylvester Stallone. The Dolly Parton-composed soundtrack produced two Top Ten country singles: "God Won't Get You" and the chart-topping "Tennessee Homesick Blues".

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Tracklist

Dolly Parton Tennessee Homesick Blues 3:33
Randy Parton Too Much Water 2:41
Rusty Buchanan The Day My Baby Died 2:55
Dolly Parton One Emotion After Another 3:37
Stella Parton And Kin Vassy Goin' Back To Heaven 4:16
Dolly Parton What A Heartache 4:43
Sylvester Stallone With Dolly Parton Stay Out Of My Bedroom 3:37
Dolly Parton And Sylvester Stallone Woke Up In Love 3:22
Dolly Parton God Won't Get You 4:13
Sylvester Stallone Drinkin' Stein 3:55
Dolly Parton And Sylvester Stallone Sweet Lovin' Friends 3:29
Floyd Parton Waltz Me To Heaven 3:22
Dolly Parton Butterflies 3:21
Dolly Parton And Sylvester Stallone Be There 3:11

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ABL1-5032 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(LP) RCA Records ABL1-5032 US 1984
PCD1-5032 Various Rhinestone - Original Motion Picture Soundtrack ‎(CD, Album) RCA PCD1-5032 US 1984
S150085 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(8-Trk, Album, Club) RCA S150085 US 1984
BK85032, BK 85032 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(Cass, Album) RCA, RCA BK85032, BK 85032 Germany 1984
ABK1-5032 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) RCA ABK1-5032 US 1984
ABK1-5032 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(Cass, Album, Dol) RCA ABK1-5032 Canada 1984
ABL1-5082 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(LP) RCA Records ABL1-5082 US 1984
102-01897 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(LP, Album) RCA Victor 102-01897 Venezuela 1984
ABL 1-5032 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack ‎(LP) RCA ABL 1-5032 Canada 1984
BL85032 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack ‎(LP, Album) RCA BL85032 Germany 1984
RPL-8274 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack ‎(LP, Promo) RCA RPL-8274 Japan 1984
15120 Various Rhinestone - Original Soundtrack Recording From The Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture ‎(CD, RE, RM) Lighting Music 15120 Australia 2010


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"Budweiser You've created a Monster..." slurs Sylvester Stallone in his nasal mealy-mouthed singing debut and cinematic product-placement endorsement which sounds like it was done prior to his penis-enlargement operation which he contractually stipulated must be visible in the establishing shot depicting his character bodily ensconced in a (real dumb) cryogenic iceblock in the beginning of "Demolition Man", the movie poster of which depicted Stallone and Snipes profile-to-profile in a daring proximity that was discomforting to all but the most homosexual of the Hollywood velvet mafia. But I Digress.1984's "Rhinestone" would be of the 'so-bad-it's-good' variety except for the presence of the irrefutably talented and just plain likeable Dolly Parton who should be universally acknowledged as a gifted singer-songwriter by even the most jaded urbanite know-it-all. It is Parton's irresistable affability and beautiful singing voice in oil-and-water combination with Stallone's tone-deaf cold-calzone Baritone that makes this Soundtrack Album a little bit more than the mere curiosity it would be otherwise. What would be an empty appeal-to-two-disparate-demographic-markets cinematic vehicular exercise in another decade or guise is miraculously Fair --maybe even Good (?!)-- in this incarnation. Of course the lazily-concocted events that script these unlikely bedfellows into various forms of duet are implausable and idiotic but where we expect color-by-numbers Soundtrack Songwriting intended to ressurect the Radio Rotation of "9 to 5", we get passable songs from the buxom pen of Parton whose ability is more than adequate for the "Job".What is most unexpected and anomolous, however, is Sly's own addition to the hoary canon of latterday C&W (if Hollywood's famously-dubious and usually ghostwritten credits are to be believed), his composition "Drinkin' Stein", so solemnly quoted in the beginning of this analysis, was most likely written by committee at Anheuser-Busch who contractually required that it be blamed on the Italian Stallion, but no matter, rejoice in the knowing that it is also his last in this genre or any. I stipulate this release qualifies as 'Trucker Music' in its greasy American mix of professional transport thematics and unprofessional vocals.